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Another Green enters Tuscon, AZ mayoral race, possibly forcing primary

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Mary DeCamp, who ran against Ward 3 Councilmember Karin Uhlich in 2009 has also entered the race for Mayor of Tucson…

Mary got 4429 votes (6.16 % of the vote) in the Ward 3 race in 2009…

Her entry into the race could lead to a Green Party primary on August 30, as fellow Green Party candidate Dave Croteau entered the race a few weeks ago.

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Arizona Green Party continues to advocate for non-violence after tragedy in Tucson

From an Arizona Green Party press release, as posted by Ian Wilder at onthewilderside.com

The Arizona Green Party is both saddened and outraged in response to the acts of domestic terrorism that plagued not only the City of Tucson this weekend, but our whole nation. Our hearts go out to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords as well as all the victims and their families, friends, and communities affected by this senseless tragedy.… Read more ...

Arizona Green has critical letter published

Mary DeCamp, a Green Party candidate for city council in Tuscon, Arizona, had a letter published in the Arizona Daily Wildcat, the University of Arizona’s newspaper.  Her letter was critical of the fact that she was left out of an article about Propisition 200, a “public safety” referendum:

My message as a third party candidate is important.

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